Airman Flight School


Additional Information

So you‚Äôve completed your King's / Sporty‚Äôs home study course or received an endorsement from your CFI to take your FAA written test ‚Äď now what?

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) utilizes a third-party testing provider, PSI Services, to administer all FAA written exams. PSI exams are available at a number of testing locations throughout the US and abroad and can be scheduled online. Many local flight schools or FBOs host testing centers so you may not have to travel very far. Locating a written testing center is accomplished as part of the test registration process.

The first step to scheduling your FAA written exam is to visit First time users will be required to create an account. You may also review exam eligibility requirementsfrom the link on the homepage.

What to bring:


  • Government-issued photo ID with the following: Photo, Date of Birth, Signature, Current Physical Address
  • If ID does not have a current address, then a separate document is needed as proof of address
  • Logbook endorsement or certificate of graduation (if applicable)
  • If retaking exam, previous test report signed by an instructor
  • Passport if not a US Citizen
  • 1 Navigational plotter
  • 1 E6-B flight computer
  • Scientific Calculator¬†

Exam Center will provide you the following items to use during your test:


  • 2 Pencils
  • 2 Pieces of scratch paper
  • 1 FAA supplement book
  • 1 Plastic overlay (to use in supplement book to prevent students from writing in the book!)
  • 1 Dry-Erase marker
  • 1 Non-programable calculator
  • Earplugs
  • Magnifying glass (If requested)